We are integrating a third party device (AnyRover from AnyWeb). The AnyRover appears in the inventory and in the topology. However, in the topology the link between the AnyRover and the connecting Switch isn't shown. LLDP is turned on on both devices. What are the prerequisites for DNA-C to recognize a connections between two devices and show it in topology?
LLDP is a layer 2 technology. In SDA your underlay network is established via the use of a routing protocol (OSPF, ISIS, etc.). Let's say you have two nodes that are SDA capable, one acting as an edge node (access sw) & one acting as an intermediary node (distro like). You would need to create a L3 point to point routed link for the device connection to show inside the DNAC fabric.
There is a solution, which is to implement an internal border node (IBN) inside your network that would basically sit between your fabric (SDA capable devices) & your legacy non-SDA capable devices. This IBN would then basically do the translations between legacy and the fabric. The IBN would be an iBGP peer to your EBNs. Your legacy switch would then be a different private eBGP AS that peers with the IBN, and you would redistribute whatever networks you want accessible between fabric & non-fabric. Basically at this point your fabric would have two different eBGP peers (fusion routers & legacy device connected to IBN).
Today there are about six billion things connected to the internet. This number will triple by the year 2020, putting an even greater demand on the network. Thus, companies will need solutions that come from its very foundation – the network.
We've been asked why the data/Alarms and data/Events API resources return deviceName in unexpected format.
Instead of device name the value may contain name of the device, IP address, and MAC address.
The problem is that the attri...
Hey Folks! In Prime Infrastructure 3.6 we are going to extend WLAN provisioning API resources with basic support of PSK configuration. I prepared preview of the changes and couple of examples for you.
1. API Resources Preview
There are following AP...
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