The connectivity cannot be established when the switch is connected to the Ether Switch Module installed in a router through a straight through cable.
Since both are switch ports, use a cross over cable in order to establish connectivity.
If you connect two Ether Switch Modules in the same chassis, you must connect them with the gigabit ethernet ports and a cross-over ethernet cable.
The Ether Switch Modules do not support Auto-MDI/MDIX detection. All the FE and GE ports are configured to be MDIX. Only the use of crossover cables is allowed when you connect to other MDIX ports and straight cables when you connect to MDI ports.
Hi,I want to access a server using the public IP from the same internal network.Please the config belowip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.3.1
ip dhcp pool HOME
network 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0
Team, I will have a Mellanox switch with a NVIDIA MMA1L30-CM Optical Transceiver 100GbE QSFP28 LC-LC 1310nm CWDM4 on one end of a 100GB SM fiber link and a Nexus N9K-C9336-C-FX2 with a QSFP-100G-SM-SR on the other end. Can someone tell me i...
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I'm trying to understand the difference between the device ID, system IP & local system IP that you get from a REST API poll of the device API? Can these be different and if so under what conditions? Thanks