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:
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 ...
i am replacing 2960x series switches with 9200 series switch in my office. i have C4500x series. My question is will there be any problem using latest 9200series with 4500 series. Do i need to purchase any add on/ ala carte to support 9200 series.?
Hi All, I have downloaded the OVA file and tried deploying template on my VCenter 6.5. The installation got suck in "select a resource" stage (attached pic) . I searched and found i have to enable "promiscuous mode" "MAC address Change" and "Fo...
Hey guys, Do you know if any of the 3000 nexus series support FEX? Specifically 3524-X and B22HP. I’ve trawled through the config guides and can see FEX commands for the 3600 but not for the 3524-X. I know the 7000 series do and some of the 9000...