However the distribution switches in the lab - namely dist-sw01 and dist-sw02 - simply fail.
I cannot access them from the management station. Nor can I set arp or ping responses from the neighbouring routers within the topology. Needless to say NSO is unable to connect to them.
admin@ncs# devices connect
info (admin) Connected to core-rtr01 - 10.10.20.173:23
info Failed to connect to device dist-sw01: connection refused: NEDCOM CONNECT: No route to host (Host unreachable) in new state
info Failed to connect to device dist-sw02: connection refused: NEDCOM CONNECT: No route to host (Host unreachable) in new state
It appears the sandbox is broken and the switches simply fail. I've tried to see if I can restart them from teh dashboard but that option does not seem to be present.
Can someone advise who I can contact to get this looked at (or if perhaps, I'm doing something to inadvertently kill the switches - though I can't see how, as I'm simply following the commands as outlined in the DevNet Learning Lab).
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