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TitleUnable To Move Access Control Rules Up/Down If Legacy NAC Manager Advanced Rule Ordering Is Enabled
Symptoms
  • Unable to move certain Access Control rules up or down.
  • Rules can be moved in the Java-based NAC Manager applet.
  • The following error is returned in OneView Access Control GUI:
Move Failed

Advanced rule ordering is enabled for this NAC Configuration. Please use NAC Manager to manage rule order.
Environment
  • Extreme Control (NAC)
  • All 8.x Software Releases
  • NAC Manager
  • Advanced Rule Ordering (ARO)
Cause
The OneView GUI does not support moving rules if Advanced Rule Ordering is enabled in the Java-based NAC Manager applet.
Resolution
Support for this functionality is planned for Extreme Management Center 8.5.0.

In all prior releases launch legacy NAC Manager and access NAC Configuration to move rules up or down.

Alternatively, disable Advanced Rule Ordering in NAC Configuration by:
  1. Selecting Rules.
  2. Select the System Cog.
  3. Uncheck Advanced Rule Ordering.

Please note that if you have only one user created rule then you will not be able to move it above the system created rules, just create another rule and try to move them in between and should work.
Additional notes
To Disable the "Advanced rule ordering is enabled for this NAC Configuration", please get in to Legacy NAC manager.
  1. Click on the Burger / Three lines menu button at the right top next to the help symbol with in Oneview >>> Legacy >>> NAC Manager                                        ( In case if this is a fresh install of XMC 8.4 and above there is one additional step to enable Legacy Java Console please follow the article before                     proceeding to step 1 Extreme Management Center Legacy Java Applications Missing or Moved In Software Releases 8.4 / 8.5 )
  2. In the NAC Manager select Tools >>> Management and Configuration >>> Advanced configuration >>> Select the NAC Configuration and uncheck the "Advanced Rule Ordering" 

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