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Team Mode VMLB Problem

Hi.

I have a Cisco UCS C210 M2 server who has 2 Intel 82576 Gigabit cards.

On Server I have Installed Microsoft's Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V which is a Core edition dedicated for Hyper-V Hosting.

I am trying to create a Network Team with the two cards but when I run the command "PROSetCL.exe Team_Create 1,2 TeamVM VMLB" I get the following error:

Attempting to create team 'TeamVM' ...

TeamMode 'VMLB' is not a valid team mode. See help for supported team modes

Thing is VLMB IS one of my available options according to commands help:

Required:

 

AdapterList - Comma delimited list of adapter indices (i.e. 1,2,3)

 

TeamName - Desired name for the team

 

TeamMode - Desired team mode (AFT, ALB, SFT, 802.3AD, SLA, VMLB)

Any explanation on the above?

TIA

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Anyone?

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Employee
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This looks like a bug with the command line utility. I just tested this workaround.

  1. Create the team using ALB mode.

     

  2. Use prosetcl team_enumerate to identify the team number

     

  3. Use prosetcl team_ModifyTeamInfo n Mode VMLB to change the team to VMLB mode

     

  4. You can check that the team mode is correct using prosetcl team_GetTeamInfo n

     

I hope this helps.

Mark H

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Community Manager
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This worked like a charm! Thank you

p.s. you forgot an I in modify command

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Employee
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I am glad this workaround worked for you. I will edit my previous response to add the missing "i" to make it easier for the next person to cut and paste. Thanks for letting me know.

Mark H

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