Please refer to the Network Topology attached. I tbh dont know the VMware architecture too much but the way I have connected these guys, everything is able to ping each other and so the connectivity between them seems fine but for HA I dont know if I need to do something else on the VMWare workstation side of things that I might be missing so please help out.
I want to configure HA for both Cisco Prime and CMX. I followed the guides to configure HA but I run into the following errors,
1. On Prime: I enter the Secondary Server IP, Authentication Key, Check Enable Virtual IP(Same subnet 10.10.10.103), Enter my email and select Failover type: Automatic. I get > "Error: Unknown Primary Mail Server admin"
Running into Mail Server Problems (I don't understand why we need to configure this in the first place). I don't need anything fancy configured, just want to perform simple HA and failover/failback testing.
Also, when I run the "Check Readiness", it throws, " SYSTEM-CHECK DISK IOPS shows 200 MBps on ...."
2. On CMX, I get, "Failed to enable high availability. Primary did not enter primary syncing state. state entered: primary configure error."
PRTG system in place running other sensors on the same host, which are working. Ive added syslog receiver sensor and receiving PRTG data from switch that increases drops, errors and warning stats that disappear after a few minutes. Within mess...
Hi, here is an example how to configure IP-NAT, GRE, IPSEC. I've seen plenty of questions and this might be a good solution! (Mostly the use of commands that might remind u) IP NAT======================================================================...
Hi everyone.I have a problem in my Network.So i have 3 routers and a firewall in my topology. I have configured OSPF and all routers works expect R3 (see in the image below)When I watch my neignbor in R3 it says :192.168.7.7 1 INIT/DROTHER 00:00:37 10.0.2...
Host Onboarding is the term used when connecting an endpoint (hosts , IOT , Other devices) to the fabric , and can be accomplished in a couple of ways.One option is the "static" approach as oppose to the dynamic and secure approach using&nbs...