Howdy out there in automation land!!!! Again... two in one day... wow :)
So onwards we press. If you have not read Part 1, please go back and do
that as it might not make sense. In this part of the Less is More series
we are going to install CloudCenter S...
Howdy out there in Automation land!!! Today... I have the start of a
long set of two blogs for my readers. We are going to do something
exciting and really useful... but purely about system setup and
design... no real "automation" today. But first... we h...
Howdy out there in Automation land!! Hope everyone is having a great
summer. We draw into the last true month of summer and we are going to
take you further on your Action Orchestrator journey. Since we are on
our last "Back to the Basics", I think we wil...
Howdy out there in automation land!!!! So.... To Atomic or Not To
Atomic.. that is the question? Is it not? This post is going to break
into the string of "back to the basics" as we have gotten a lot of
interest in Action Orchestrator of late (which is st...
Howdy out there in automation land!!! I hope everyone is having a nice
ramp down to the school year and is getting ready for summer. I know we
are :) I hope plenty of you folks are heading to Cisco Live in San Diego
in a few weeks too!!!! I plan to be the...
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Success Getting Started With Curl Not Sure About the APIC API? Let’s Get
You Familiar Features Everything You Need to Know About ACI’s Common
Pervasive Gateway Migration All About Migrati...
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By Andrew Boring When you’re using curl to interact with the APIC API,
or even if you’re using a toolkit/library to create applications, you
may want to know which APIC API methods and objects are available for a
given task. Yeah, yeah. RTFM. You know wha...
By: Jody The vast majority of ACI customers do not start out with an
Application Centric deployment of ACI; mainly because they do not have a
clear understanding of their applications and the vast amount of
interdependencies. However, with the advent of T...
By: Jody Hey folks! Welcome to another blog where we tackle yet again,
another ACI topic. I was going to create a detailed configuration guide
for Multi-Pod, however, after checking out the Cisco ACI MultiPod
Configuration Whitepaper on CCO, I realized I ...
By: Jody When configuring MultiPod, a frequently asked question that
often comes up is how to configure QOS between the ACI Fabric and the
IPN network, to ensure that critical ACI fabric traffic is not dropped.
With this article, we will go through config...
By: Jody Let’s start at the beginning…what is it? Common Pervasive
Gateway is an older feature that was used to connect multiple ACI
fabrics together via a L2 connection prior to the availability of ACI
MultiPod and ACI MultiSite. While most customers wil...
By Andrew Boring Let’s talk about Curl. If you’ve spent any time with
the ACI interface, you’ve probably realized that herding a mouse around
a browser is fine for small/one-time operations, but does not scale when
you have a large quantity of repetitive ...
By Andrew Boring Have you already read through our ACI Best Practices
Configuration post? If you haven’t, go ahead and do it now! Don’t worry,
I’ll wait. (Are you done clicking those buttons in the GUI yet? Take
your time. I won’t leave you, but I may sne...
Hi all,We recently migrate our core network from plain old Catalyst and Nexus switches to ACI, and stumbled upon one case.An IBM integrated system (PureApp) was connected to the network via 2 port-channel (non-vPC) stemming from its ToR switches. As we mi...
My network topology is simple to understand.ACI network configured as L2 OUT. Mapping of VLAN to BD is BD=EPG=VLAN.Gateways of all the vlans are on firewall.Servers are connected to cisco 3560 switches and switches connected to LEAF switches. I...
EPG1 -- BD1 -- VRF1 -- Tenant1EPG2 -- BD2 -- VRF1 -- Tenant1A) from the routing perspective is the above scenario same as having EPG1 and EPG2 in the same BD? that is do we need to do any extra config other than the creating epg's and having contracts?b) ...
Posting to see if anyone else has encountered this same issue, when polling the nexus 3064 for transceiver information, every once in a while certain ports will return value of 0 for things like temperature, voltage, dbm, etc. and sometimes they wil...
Hi Team, We are using Nexus5548UP where ports 1-19 are ethernet and ports 20-32 are for FC now I want to use 2 additional ports for FC now my question is, can I use ports 14-15 for FC or is it a rule that the FC ports have to be contiguous as such I ...