FN-2023-486-Performing a configuration enforce with ExtremeCloud IQ – Site Engine 23.4.10 or 23.4.11 against a VOSS/Fabric Engine node with auto-sense support could trigger ISIS to be disabled on the switch
When performing a configuration enforce that involves auto-sense parameters via ExtremeCloud IQ – Site Engine running 23.4 in a fabric network, ISIS is incorrectly disabled as part of the configuration delta determined. This removes the switch from the fabric and may also isolate it from ExtremeCloud IQ - Site Engine, preventing completion of the configuration changes and re-enabling of ISIS.
The ISIS protocol is disabled on the VOSS/Fabric Engine switch when an enforce is executed on XIQ-SE effectively removing the switch from the network. For VOSS/Fabric Engine deployments configured with in-band management, this will result in ISIS remaining disabled as the switch will be isolated from ExtremeCloud IQ – Site Engine.
ExtremeCloud IQ - Site Engine
Prior to upgrade of XIQ-SE to 23.4.12 or later, any config changes required on a VOSS/Fabric Engine switch managed in-band should be performed via the switch CLI to avoid loss of communication with the switch.
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