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sub-interface names should be made avaialble for ceges in flow report even if the sub-interfaces is not discovered in SevOne
As per current architecture for CCSDWAN, interfaces are discovered via API calls to vManage and flow is directly recived from devices. The flow interfaces then are mapped to the interfaces discovered via vManage alowing to chain the flow reports.
For cEdges, non-flow data is availalbe on the main interfaces. but flow data is sent from sub interfaces. (looks like stanarad cisco following for cedges).
As non-flow data is not avaialble for these sub-interfaces, these do not get discovered in SevOne. Because of this the flow interfaces are visible as index numbers (e.g interface 11, interface 15,etc) and can not be mapped to the actual interface names.
This is affecting the user expericen to view flow data on the sub-interfaces. Users can not detemine the interface name from flow report directly and have to refer device configuration everytime.
The request is to have a solution to view the sub-interface names for flow data instead of just showing the interface index in SevOne.
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