I have received many questions about how the Cisco Application Control Engine allocates MAC addresses. MAC addresses are used for physical interfaces, alias IP addresses, NAT, and VIP addresses. The default way in which the handles MAC addresses may lead to problems if the ACE is used in redundant mode, or if you have many ACE pairs on a common VLAN or subnet. When configuring and troubleshooting the ACE, it helps to have an understanding of the way that the ACE handles MAC addresses for its various interface types. In this document, I go over the various MAC addresses, and how to configure the ACE to avoid some of challenges that some have experienced.
General understanding of ACE hardware and software versions.
Hi, I just need to know the total consumption of the Catalyst 9410 with full config.This question is due each 3200 W AC power supplies states 16A but it don´t clarify if this is per PS or is a total per entry SW.Thank you guys.
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Hello, Is it Posible to create a port channel between and F3 and M3 Card? I have a 2 Nexus 7702 with a M3 card and the other with and F3 card, so can i bring a portchannel between this 2? Thanks for the help.
I am labbing to learn eBGP underlay for EVPN so i did create following lab Spine: 65000Leaf-1:65001Leaf-2:65002 ## spinerouter bgp 65000
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