we have a block of IP's 10-15 of them, some being nated for internal services as usual, and it's all working good - so;
.132 webmail / autodiscover
all services are working, but... for some reason, more often then I'd like lately .132 goes into la la land and I cant ping from the outside, pinging is enable for the purpose of checking that this interface (ip) is up...when I cant ping i know users will call cause emails cant be sent from mobile devices, or received.
so i usually loggin with vpn, and i have to generate traffic internal out and eventually .132 comes up. Other then a tracker which i have setup to ping out to keep connection live, which is not working properly - any other ideas? When services are in use .132 has no issue, usually in the evening when less traffic.
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Chapter 1 – Pre-requisite
You have Root or Super Users access privileges of Cisco Prime Infrastructure.
You have access credentials of Cisco DNA Center.
You use Cisco Prime Infrastructure version 3.5 and above which is compatible with Cisco DNA Center v...