You can disable the already enabled Controller Disconnected Operation (CDO) mode when the connectivity issues with the secondary site are resolved. CDO mode remains disabled by default.
- Navigate to .
- Select the required NSX Manager.
. A confirmation dialog box appears.
- Click Yes.
CDO mode is disabled for the selected NSX Manager.
The CDO Mode column displays State as Disabled and Status as Successful.
NSX Manager removes the CDO logical switch from the controller. To verify whether the CDO logical switch is removed, log in to the NSX Manager CLI as an admin user, and run the following command:
nsxmgr> show logical-switch controller controllerID host host_IP joined-vnis
nsxmgr> show logical-switch controller controller-1 host 192.168.110.54 joined-vnis VNI Controller BUM-Replication ARP-Proxy Connections VTEPs Active 5000 192.168.110.31 Enabled Enabled 2 2 true 5004 192.168.110.31 Enabled Enabled 2 2 true 5006 192.168.110.31 Enabled Enabled 3 3 true 5003 192.168.110.31 Enabled Enabled 3 3 true 5005 192.168.110.31 Enabled Enabled 1 1 true 5007 192.168.110.31 Enabled Enabled 3 3 true
Observe that the CDO logical switch with VNI 4999 is not available on the controller.