Cisco UCS B-series blade servers sits inside the UCS chassis and are managed by UCS manager running on Fabric Interconnect. Cisco UCS C-series rack server are independent 1RU or 2RU size servers, which can be independently managed or via UCS FI.
UCS Blade Server vs Rack Server
The following table lists the differences between the Blade Servers and Rack Servers:
In the Cisco APIC Basic Configuration Guide, Cisco said that: "The APIC controller always selects the in-band management interface over the out-of-band management interface, if the in-band management interface is configured. The out-of-band management...
i installed ACI Simulator (2.3(4d)) , it is a perfect solution to test north API REST (i test ANSIBLE scripts that way) but i want to go further :
- Can i connect a Client VM to one BD/EPG defined in my ACI Simulator?
- Can i connect a...
I am trying to free up some space on several Nexus 3k switches. some of the switch extra files on them, which I have marked in red below:
access-4# dir13176 May 12 23:10:32 2018 .n3k_pre_single_img_upd_config4096 May 12 23:17:19 2018 .rpm...
As you can see some npiv ports show different vsan ( 1 instead of 10 ) .
Those ports showed on vsan 1 are zoned to a Pure Storage and are they do not get logged to the Pure Storage Controllers, I think this is because Pure Storage Ports are on Vsan 10.