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Michael M. posted 05-16-2022 10:42

Is there a way inside XMC to search or run a report for all the switches in my environment that have a specific VLAN ID programmed in them?

Ex. Display all switches that have vlan 110

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It's probably worth saying that to get to the view that Ludovico has posted you need Fabric Manager.
To get to the Fabric view, go to Network Devices, Sites, then Right Click on a map and choose "More Views"->"Fabric Topology"

It took me ages to find this!
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Ludovico Stevens
No! It's not Fabric Manager!
It's any XIQ-SE map, then expand the panel on the right hand side and select the VLAN tab.
You get a list of all VLANs, where you can chose the VLANs to highlight.
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sorry, my bad, I was just so excited to have found the fabric topology map!

This is really useful for finding L2 and L3 vsns (rather than vlans)

apologies again.
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Ludovico Stevens
So Fabric Manager is good for locating fabric services, so yes VLANs which are L2VSNs (= a VLAN with an I-SID assigned) and VRFs which are L3VSNs ( = a VRF with an I-SID assigned).
Whereas the base XIQ-SE maps will locate any VLAN, even VLANs that have no I-SID assigned.
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@Ludovico Stevens
Particularly useful for the L3 VSNs as I have yet to find an equivalent of the command:
show isis spbm i-sid all
which only shows the L2 VSNs.

Unless you are aware of one?​
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show ip ipvpn
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@Ludovico Stevens
that's great, but it doesn't show which other switches have the ISID configured like the
show isis spbm i-sid all
command​