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Hello,we have a UCS mini implementation with a pair of FI6324s and we would like to acquire a pair of Nexus switches which will be strictly used for the interconnection between the FIs and 3 Netapp AFF C190 Storage Arrays. The blades (four actually) are B...
Hi All, Is there any CLI command available on Cisco ACI Leaf to check the live traffic statistics on particular interface...as like we are checking with IOS / NX-OS with "sh interface eth1/2" This command is working on Leaf But not showing...
I'm trying to find some documentation for the MDS9148S Switch that proves the support of the following port types: F_Port (Fabric), M_Port (Mirror Port) and E_Port (Switch-to-Switch). I easily found F_Port and E_Port:Fiber Channel standard port types...
I am trying to find out where zoning changes are logged to. For example, an admin creates a new zone, adds it to the active zoneset and commits the changes (we usually do this via CLI). A little while later we get a report of an issue and...
Hi Cisco experts, I need your help to understand why the VRFs have to be configured with a set of "route-target both auto" and "route-target both auto evpn" in a Fabric with VXLAN BGP EVPN. Knowing that the Fabric can work normally with a set of ...