This experimental script is similar to the Unix 'top' command except it provides an updating list of Top Talkers. The script works by taking 7-second snapshots of the netflow cache table and calculates the byte/packet difference between snapshops. This calculation is used to find the Bit/sec and Pkt/sec for each flow. Flows with the highest Bits/sec are output to the screen in a 'Top Talker' table. The script output is a growing list so use 'term len 0' before running the script.
I am trying to configure a NTP IP address to be configured as a systems peer. not sure what the command is for this or the steps to getting it to populate as a systems peer under my NTP peer associations list.
Hello I have a SG500X with 2 PBR’s. LAN 192.168.5.1-32 use GE 1/1 192.168.1.2 for Internet AccessLAN 192.168.5.33-64 use GE 1/2 10.0.2.2 for Internet Access. LAN Subnet 192.168.5.0, regardless of their Internet access communicate via same ...
Hello, I am trying to create a route-map in FTD and I managed to create the route-map with static routes as you can see here.
however, I would like to create an IP SLA and a track to be able to put a failover, I would like to put someth...
Greater than 50 MB size file not able to send, its getting backup failure. Source is connected with 3650 switch & Destination server is connected with Nexus 9k.
No restriction with QOS. Please assist me