Are the catalyst 9000 series only configurable by orchestrator?
My customer want to change all their LAN switches and I was reading about the Catalyst 9000 series and I see that they are very powerful switches. BUT, I'm afraid that my customer is not completely ready for SD Access technology. So, I see configuration examples but I'm not convienced that they are 100% configurable by CLI.
Can someone explain me how is it? and If I could suggest 9400 and 9300 switches knowing tthat for the moment we would be able to configure them by CLI.
At what distance does SFP GLC-LH-SMD work?
Recently I had a conversation with a colleague. Between the two buildings installed SM optic cable. Length is about 15 km, attenuation is about 8 dB. I say, we will install SFP LX and it will work. The colleague ...
EEM script to capture packets at SPP every 15 mins and other logs every minute.
Following o/ps are captured every minute:
show drops all location all
sh controllers np counters all location 0/0/cpu0
sh controllers np counters all l...
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Whenever we create tunnel interfaces, the GRE IP MTU is automatically configured 24 bytes less than the outbound physical interface MTU. Ethernet interfaces have an MTU value of 1500 bytes. Tunnel interfaces by default will have 1476 bytes MTU. 24...