We have 3 of the 3500 model switches in a stack. The 2 lower units come on immedialtely when powered with their each 110 volt power plug. The top 3500 switch only also has the 12 volt add-on electric power plug on it, this top switch has 110 volt/220 volt auto sensing power plugging. When the top switch is plugged in it is taking 10 minutes for it to power up. Should it take this long to power up? Is there any chance that the top switch isn't powering up and getting electric power from the POE from the 2 lower switches?
Can anyone explain this to me? I have DMVPN between my hub and spokes with EIGRP. My EIGRP config on spoke is as below
router eigrp 2
distribute-list prefix BLOCK-EIGRP-DEFAULT in
I m receiving routes on router 2 from router 1 ranging from 10.104.1.0/24 to 10.104.140.0/24
but i wana advertise only advertise routes from 10.104.111.0/24 to 10.104.136.0/24
i want to create prefix list so i can apply that on route-map a...
I have couple of ASR's in my production and most of them are running encryption and throughput license's namely SLASR1-AES and FLSA1-1x-2.5-20G.
I want the serial information from the configuration file. or atleast want to know which device is r...
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I have some access points which are connected in access mode (set in default) in vlan 1 but there is command issued: switchport trunk allowed vlan 40...
Im in little struggle to understand the MSTP BPDU please help someone.
1)what is the difference between Bridge ID and CIST Bridge ID ? (i saw in wireshark, i have attached below)
2)when non CIST regional root bridge sends a BPDU to STP or some oth...